proposed laws

PA Bill Number: SB986

Title: In methodology, further providing for methods of destruction of animals and exclusive method for small domestic animals.

Description: In methodology, further providing for methods of destruction of animals and exclusive method for small domestic animals. ...

Last Action: Referred to AGRICULTURE AND RURAL AFFAIRS

Last Action Date: Jan 17, 2020

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Firearms Seminar hosted by PA Rep. Mike Puskaric - 01/25/2020
Carrick Sportsmen’s Club 3301 Ridge Road, South Park, PA


Keep Cook Rally - 01/25/2020
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Concealed Carry Education Seminar hosted by PA Senator Doug Mastriano - 01/25/2020
South Mountain Fish and Game Club 11547 Loop Road, Fayetteville, PA

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Senator Steven Santarsiero

District: 10

Party: D

Ratings: FOAC: F-, NRA: TBD, GOA: TBD

Pro-Gun Voting Percentage: 27%

Anti-Gun Voting Percentage: 73%

County(s) Served: Bucks*, Montgomery*

FOAC Election: Opposed

Capital Office Contact Information

184 Main Capitol Harrisburg, PA 17120-3015

Phone 1: 717-787-7305

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Local Office Contact Information

Senator Steven Santarsiero Building 100, Suite 121 2003 Lower State Road Doylestown 18940

Phone 1: 215-497-9490

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Committees Santarsiero Serves On

Appropriations

Judiciary

Local Government

Communications And Technology : Minority Chair

Consumer Protection And Professional Licensure

Bills Sponsored or Co-sponsored by Santarsiero

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News, Articles & Other Information

State lawmaker wants to repeal Pennsylvania's Stand Your Ground law :: 11/07/2019

HARRISBURG, Pa. - A state lawmaker wants to repeal Pennsylvania's 'stand your ground' law because he says it leads to more violence. The law currently allows someone the right to use deadly force when acting in self defense.

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